All you CW brothers and sisters who own Kindle apps on you readers, computers, or cell phones!
Here’s the next date for the offering of “Rough Enough,” the nonfiction life story of Richard H. Clow: who fought at Petersburg, VA and through to the end of the war with the 56th Mass. Volunteer Infantry. His letters to his sisters enhance the CW reading with his own observations.
Stationed at Fort Hayes,
Clow’s force moved to reinforce Ft. Stedman just in time to repel Lee’s attack of March 25, 1865 on the point he considered to be the weakest in the Union lines.
“Rough Enough” follows Richard Clow beyond the CW onto the frontier in 1867 where he helped construct, guard and defend Ft. Shaw, Camp Cooke and Ft. Buford in the Montana and Dakota Territories.
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